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This movie was everything that I expected and more. Diljit is hands down the best actor in Punjabi Cinema. His comedy skills are commendable. I was laughing so hard through out the whole movie that I had tears in my eyes and my stomach started hurting by the end of the movie (No kidding). I love the way how today's Punjabi movies uses the Punjabi language in such a beautiful way that we, NRI's, feel so connected and intrigued by it. Sardaar Ji is a fresh breeze of air for Pollywood. Mandy Takhar is a surprise package in Sardaar Ji. Her acting wasn't really up to the mark, but I know she can and improve in future projects. Neeru Bajwa was, as always, really good. I will definitely watch Sardaar Ji again, because it's worth every single penny.
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